[deleted] And why would you even think about installing a closed source app that would log anything that you do on your phone? If it's closed source you can only hope that it does what it says.
Hi. Android 10 and later versions assure that no identifying information(IMEI, MAC addresses, ANDROID_ID field and others) is logged. This is the only type of information I want to hide from the app. Of course I will be not providing any personal identifiable information about myself to the app like emails, first name last name, personal phone number as an example.
From my research I can tell that Android 10+ does not reveal identufying information EXCEPT phone model information, installed apps and their installation times. I am ok with sharing it because I think that it does not say a lot about me.
So it must be acceptable to use this app on my personal phone. The only thing I am not sure is if Google really is intent on hiding identifying information like that. What if it does not hide all identifiable information but only a subset of it.
But I can suppose from your answer that Google is really doing what it says so one can use Android 10+ and be sure that the Android OS itself does not allow access to user-unique information